How to provide a paid version for a free app.

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by soch, May 16, 2010.

  1. soch macrumors member

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    If one adds a lot of features to a released free app and would like to charge money for the new version does apple allow this?

    In itunes connect's update your app screen it didn't ask for change in cost of the app.:apple:
     

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  3. soch thread starter macrumors member

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    Ok.

    May be I need to upload the updated version & once approved then I could goto the pricing tab to increase the Price tier.
     
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    Sounds like a good plan.

    If you have a specific availability date set for your app, you can also set the pricing schedule to match that. But be very careful! Setting the availability date to some time in the future can cause the current version to disappear from the App Store. This is one of a number of iTunes Connect settings that applies to all versions of an app and not just the specific version for which you are editing the information (unlike settings such as 'Version Number' and 'What's New In This Version', which are version-specific).
     

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